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ambulance a vehicle used to carry ill or injured people to a hospital.
chaplain a member of the clergy who leads religious services and does counseling for a military unit, a hospital, or other group.
clinic a place that gives medical treatment, usually to people who do not need to stay in a hospital overnight.
commit to put under the care or control of a person or institution, such as a prison or mental hospital. [1/3 definitions]
discharge to release from a place, such as a prison or hospital. [1/6 definitions]
fingerprint a mark made by the tip of a finger on an object that it has touched. Police and hospital records keep fingerprints made by a finger dipped in ink. These are used for identification, because no two people have the same fingerprint. [1/2 definitions]
hospitalize to place in a hospital for medical treatment.
orderly someone who cleans and does other basic work in a hospital. [1/4 definitions]
outpatient a person who is being treated at a hospital or clinic but who is not kept there overnight.
pavilion one of a group of buildings that form a complex such as of a hospital or school. [1/2 definitions]
pharmacy a place in a store or hospital in which drugs are prepared and sold; drugstore.
resident a doctor working in a hospital for a period of time in order to get special training. [1/2 definitions]
ward a large room in a hospital with beds for several patients, or a section for one type of patient. [1/4 definitions]